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•Corinthians RFC, in association with Ulster Bank Galway, will be bringing the RBS Six Nations Trophy to Corinthian Park next Wednesday (February 22) with special guests Alan Quinlan, Luke Fitzgerald and a member of the Connacht squad. This night is open to all. At 5.45pm, Quinlan and Fitzgerald will take a training session with one of the club’s youth teams. Photo opportunities will be available from 6.30pm until 7.30pm, followed by a Q & A session.
Digital Training Institute CEO Joanne Sweeney-Burke is collaborating with Irish Blogger Agency for an exclusive one-day masterclass in Online PR Strategy in Galway.
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Transitioning from primary school to secondary school can be daunting for many children, but for children with additional/special needs it can be even more so. The Galway Dyspraxia Support Group that was set up by a group of local parents of children with DCD/dsypraxia are hosting a talk on Wednesday January 25 on the topic of ‘ Transitioning from Primary School to Secondary School for Children with DCD/Dyspraxia’.
If you are interested in upskilling, changing careers, or are unsure about what study option to take, then come along to Engage ’17 on Saturday, 28th January in the Connacht Hotel from 10-1pm.
Less than four months since announcing its entry into Ireland, the global hotel industry’s leading cloud platform, SiteMinder, opened its sleek new office in Galway as it gets set to reach its target of creating 100 jobs. The company, considered one of the top 20 technology pioneers to come out of Australia, held a ribbon-cutting ceremony at its waterfront office space in Dockgate with the Mayor of Galway City, Councillor Noel Larkin.
Sherry FitzGerald and Cushman Wakefield held a very busy and successful auction last Wednesday in the Connacht Hotel, Galway. They sold 12 of the 14 lots on offer for well in excess of the AMVs.
Dyspraxia/DCD Ireland, the organisation which provides information and a national support network for parents, teenagers, and adults, will hold an awareness event in Galway next week.
If you want to pursue a career in transport, unlock your potential, and gain a recognised qualification then you need a Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC) in Transport Management. This certificate, which is awarded by the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport, qualifies you as a transport manager and also entitles you to set up a haulage or bus passenger business.
It is that time of year again and the countdown is on to the Clarenbridge Oyster Festival.